I used to work at a library, basically as a librarian (but without the degree). I worked there from when I was 22 until I was 26, so I was fairly young. Because of this, I had a better grasp on technology, especially computers, than most of the older people who worked there. This led to my absolute favorite part of the job. Whenever somebody had a computer or other technology problem, they were supposed to come to me first. They would explain the problem, I would look at the computer or printer or whatever and try to fix it. If I *couldn't* fix it, I then called IT and told them what the problem was, what I'd tried to solve it, and what had happened. IT loved me. My branch loved me. It was very nice to be loved. They would often talk about wishing that other branches would do something similar, as the IT department was always getting called out for PICNIC (problem in chair, not in computer) type problems.
The sad thing is, I'm only 33 but I think the latest wave of technology has probably passed me by. I've been out of the library for long enough that I'd be unfamiliar with their equipment nowadays, and old enough that the younger librarians would probably get it faster than I would. And I don't have a smartphone nor do I have any clue how to use one, or anything like that. So if I went back to work at some point, I probably wouldn't get to do my favorite work anymore. So sad. I always thought it would be fun to work in IT. I have pretty good patience for people who don't know how to work a mouse, or copy and paste, or click on the screen.